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ACMA


Calls for Submissions From the Public

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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers® to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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The Australian Financial Review

Malcolm Turnbull's broadband plan is incoherent
The Australian Financial Review
There's nothing surprising about the editorial in The Australian Financial Review critical of Labor's national broadband network ("Red underpants on all our heads", September 22). It coincides with numerous reports in these pages and beyond that ...
Newspoll: biggest lead for Labor in Malcolm Turnbull eraThe Australian

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InfoWorld

Revenge of the broadband bullies
InfoWorld
The prospects for a more competitive broadband market have grown grimmer of late, if it's even possible. Americans already have little, if any, choice when it comes to broadband providers. The latest statistics from the FCC show that in areas where ...



NBN stirs broadband cost fears - News.com.au
NEWS.com.au
NBN boss Bill Morrow says internet providers must do their part to ensure costs for consumers don't rise on the national broadband network, and not just rely on ...

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The Register

Telcos hit out against plans to hike their broadband rates • The ...
The Register
Broadband providers have rallied against draft plans to hike up the cost of business rates, which will result in a "steep" increase for broadband providers laying ...
Business rate increases will hurt UK broadband sector, says industryComputerWeekly.com

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The Register

Business to be given more scope to quit crap broadband contracts ...
The Register
UK businesses are to receive more accurate data on broadband speeds before signing up to a contract, under a voluntary code coming into force from Ofcom ...
Telecoms offer reliable broadband speed info with UK business ...Telecom Lead (registration) (blog)
Daisy Group and BT to promise more accurate broadband speeds ...Mobile News
New Ofcom business broadband code comes into effect ...Telecompaper (subscription)

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Consumers want ACCC to monitor broadband speeds, industry ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Consumer expectations are too high when it comes to broadband speeds, particularly for the national broadband network, leading to an increase in complaints ...

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Investopedia

AT&T to End Data-Collection Program for Broadband Customers
Wall Street Journal
AT&T has been rolling out superfast gigabit broadband in many of its markets and used the data collection to support its targeted advertising efforts. For example, its GigaPower service in Austin, Texas, costs $70 a month—the same as rival Google—but ...
AT&T Pulls Plug On Pay-For-Privacy PricingMediaPost Communications
Fearing Regulators, AT&T Stops Charging Extra for Privacy ...DSL Reports

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Manchester tech firms clamour for faster broadband connections
ComputerWeekly.com
Tech businesses in Manchester are crying out for better broadband connections, according to a report commissioned by digital connectivity analysts ...

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INFORUM

Capitol Chatter: Could broadband force rural exodus?
INFORUM
The paper, in a Southern Regional Science Association publication, indicated that increasing broadband high-speed Internet connectivity may improve rural residents' ability to see job opportunities elsewhere. Entrepreneurs and others may move out of ...
Weak broadband access slows rural Tennessee's economyThe Tennessean
Bipartisan Capito bill would grow broadband availability in rural areasRipon Advance

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The Australian Financial Review

TPG Telecom shows the first signs of being killed by NBN
The Australian Financial Review
It has been a hell of a party for those involved in supplying retail broadband services over the past decade. Many multi-millionaires were created, including iiNet founder Michael Malone, internode founder Simon Hackett and M2 founder Vaughan Bowen.

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